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This is Mount Raymond (the one with the tower on top) this picture was taken from where we started from. That is where we had to walk and canoe to on our 2 expo.





On the first day we walked about 5km then canoe about 6km. The next day we got up at 6 so we could start canoeing early to beat the wind and currents, that day we canoed about 9km. Because we left so early we got to where we staying at about 1 and had the rest of the day off. We went for a walk to the river, went fishing and had a fire to cook marshmallows, it was a really good expo.


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